connor and devin try out this podcast thing and talk about cartoon casting, remakes, fake movies, hollywood, hipsters, hobo with a shotgun, the letter h, remakes, total recall, and why sam raimi is to blame for it all. Topics: film, filmmakers, movies, spoilers
Join Latino Art Beat for the 2015 Young Filmmakers Showcase on February 17 at Instituto Cervantes. They will showcase their latest productions and their winning film from the 2014 Hollyshorts film festival. "Putting People First" is a community service of Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV). Topic: Young Filmmakers Showcase
Ven a la muestra 2015 de cineastas jóvenes de Latino Art Beat este 17 de febrero en el Instituto Cervantes. Ven a ver sus producciones mas recientes y el cortomentraje ganador del festival de cine Hollyshorts 2014. La entrada es gratis. "Putting People First" es un servicio comunitario de Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV). Topic: Young Filmmakers Showcase
This hilarious silent experimental film was made by Koenig, and explored abstract art as it related to alcohol-induced myopia. Filmed in the studio of animators Norman McLaren and Evelyn Lambart, it was never released, and stars National Film Board of Canada stalwarts Stanley Jackson as the painter, and director Roman Kroitor as the subject. Topics: filmmakers, abstractart, alcohol
Dinosaurs walk at the Carl Hayden Visitor Center, tourist gateway to the controversial Glen Canyon Dam at Page, Arizona. Shot with a Sony still camera in MPEG movie mode. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Filmmakers: Rick Prelingert
This contains footage of Global Exchange's Andrea Buffa at the Clear Channel protest in San Francisco on May 29, 2003. (This protest took place only days before the FCC had its vote on the media ownership rules June 2, 2003.) Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Society: Protests
Scanner, an eight-year-old redbone coonhound (born approx. 1995, died 23 December 2003), refreshes himself at a drinking fountain in Alamo Square Park, San Francisco, USA. Shot with a Sony still camera in MPEG-1 movie mode. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Animals: Dogs, Filmmakers: Rick Prelinger
-A conversation with Turk Pipkin. A discussion of the life and work of the multi-talented artist with a special focus on his new film, One Peace at a Time. Guest: •Turk Pipkin -- Austin-based writer, television and film actor, New York Times bestselling author and filmmaker. Co-founder of the education and action nonprofit, The Nobelity Project. Topic: -Filmmakers, Actors, Authors, Nobelity Project
This is a high resolution (Quicktime - 100%) version of the ABC news clip about the Illegal Art Exhibit that was aired on July 3, 2003. At the request of the artists, I captured this clip and am making it available to the public. Topics: Art: Illegal Art, Filmmakers: Lisa Rein
Using optical printing techniques, Iota explodes a moment in timecaptured on a fragment of decaying film and attempts to look at artifacts of time, place and celluloid that are otherwise easily (dis)missed. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Films: Orphan Films, Filmmakers: Carolyn Faber
Carlos Calbillo is an award-winning filmmaker and longtime Chicano community activist. He was active with SDS and the Mexican-American Youth Organization (MAYO) in Houston in the '60s and '70s, and edited the Chicano newspaper, El Papel. Calbillo has worked in film and television and has produced numerous short films on subjects ranging from community activism to musical documentaries on Texas and Chicano/Latino music, including Doug Sahm, Freddy Fender, Mance Lipscomb, Little Joe y La Familia,... Topics: Rag Radio, Carlos Calbillo, Filmmakers, Chicanos, Tejanos, Texas History
Chatting film and tv with; ICS Hostess Christina Carmona, vocally restored ICS Photographer Nando Torres (of Atomic Phoenix Photography), ICS Production Assistant/Gaffer/Sound/Miscellaneous Wrangler Dangerous David Kuskie, Producer Jen Vargas (who apologizes in advance), and new to the podcast, past Popcorn Gallery panelist, filmmaker Chris Collins, new photographer to Central Florida Vanessa Benoit and our Executive Producer and Editor Gerald Godbout III! Topics: film, filmmakers, florida film festival, indie cinema showcase
:22 Sec Spot. BlaxTV is a fresh innovative new satellite TV channel scheduled for launch in the Summer of 2006. Viewers have voiced their desire for a new alternative to black entertainment on television. BlaxTV programming covers the entertainment industry from the innercities environment, to deliver its viewers a raw edge of reality-to-celebrity channel. Permission needed for Commercial use. Topics: BlaxTV, Introducing, Clip, black television, black filmmakers, black producers
Claudia Fonda-Bonardi interviews Eliane Stutterheim, a member of Filmkollektiv-Zurich, about her film, The Indians Are Still Far Away (Les indiens sont encore loin, 1977), the financing of independent film production in Western Europe, distribution, the operations of her Swiss production collective, and alternative media networks in Europe. Produced by Claudia Fonda-Bonardi. Program is self-contained. Topics: Stutterheim, Eliane, Film industry -- Europe., Filmmakers -- Europe., Women filmmakers., American... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Hump Day 5 of the Florida Film Festival was DOCtacular!! More beautiful weather, lots of documentary (short and feature) love, more delicious food and a bottle of Mexican Coke. Thank you to everyone out there for listening! We hope you enjoy our ramblings about the Florida Film Festival, among other things. HUGE thank yous to the love all of you have shown our MegaConvention Web Exclusive! We are at 9,000 views and climbing! Incidentally, we now have an Indie Cinema Showcase Channel on... Topics: film, filmmakers, florida film festival, indie cinema showcase, documentary films
Day 6 of the Florida Film Festival began early (for us filmmakers!) with the panel portion of our fest. This morning’s Our Digital Future: Innovation at the Intersection of Creativity and Technology discussion, sponsored by Disney, was a great start. Panelists included Senior Computer Graphics Supervisor André Thomas of EA Sports, Creative Marketing Consultant, Evan Jones of Snap! Orlando, founder and Chief Storytelling Officer of Orlando innovation studio IDEAS Bob Allen, and... Topics: film, filmmakers, florida film festival, indie cinema showcase
What do weary filmmakers sound like around 2am, after Opening Night at the Florida Film Festival? Have a listen to our first officially unofficial podcast, as we lethargically wrap up our Day 1 over milkshakes and cheese fries.(PG-13) WARNING: Tangents, non sequiturs and mild language. Opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect that of Orange TV, Godbout Entertainment, the State of Florida, any employer any of us might be employed by past, present and future or most woodland creatures. Topics: filmmakers, florida film festival, indie cinema showcase, film
This is a little speech by Brewster Kahle at the Creative Commons launch on December 16, 2002 in San Francisco, California. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Organizations: Creative Commons, Organizations: Creative Commons
Day 4 of the Florida Film Festival was VERY filling thanks to Joe Esposito and the crew from Buca di Beppo of Maitland, Florida! We went a little longer again, did a little dancing, got a little devine, Eden Bar got a little loud... and we loved every minute of it! Fernando thinks our podcast should be named "Shout Outs and Apologies," so we're going with that. Thoughts? Concerns? Are you digging us? Is anyone listening? Why is the sky blue?Welcome to "Shout Outs and... Topics: film, filmmakers, florida film festival, indie cinema showcase
Dr. Herbert Feinstein talks with Rita Morrison, the Los Angeles producer of Chaim Soutine, a short film based on the life and works of the Lithuanian-French Jewish painter. The film won the Lion d'Or for best documentary at the 29th Venice Film Festival. Topics: Morrison, Rita., Filmmakers -- Hollywood (Calif.)., Women filmmakers., Soutine, Chaim, 1893-1943,... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
connor and devin discuss movie marketing and the redundancy of trailers, paranormal activity, skyfall and total recall, again. Topics: film, movies, filmmakers, trailers, paranormal activity, skyfall, total recall
Anne Lewis is an independent filmmaker, a senior lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin, and a member of the Texas State Employees Union (TSEU-CWA Local 6186) and NABET-CWA. She has been making documentary films since 1970. Most of her filmmaking depicts working class people -- often women -- fighting for social change. Lewis is associated with Appalshop, an arts and education center located in the heart of Appalachia. On the show, Anne also addresses recent developments at UT-Austin,... Topics: Rag Radio, Anne Lewis, Documentary Filmmakers, Thorne Dreyer
Stream now from Google Video: Burden of Proof (Flash video) A Documentary on the Campaign for a Moratorium on the Death Penalty in North Carolina http://surgenetwork.org/moratorium/ Regardless of whether or not you support the death penalty in principle, it's likely that you believe that the ultimate punishment should be reserved for the "worst of the worst" crimes, that it should be applied fairly, and that innocent people should not be executed. This documentary assumes that the... Topics: Documentary, Filmmakers: Daniel Barber, New Context Video Productions
An interview with Austin-based filmmaker Bryan Poyser about his short film Pleasureland, which was cited among "pornographic" films that resulted in the Ann Arbor Film Festival in Michigan losing cultural arts funding. Topics: censorship, advocacy, pleasureland, poyser, ann arbor, film, filmmakers
Portia Shapiro of KPFA talks with Louise Alaimo about "The Woman's Film," an exploration by members of San Francisco Newsreel of the economic and psychological oppression of poor women. This program includes excerpts from the soundtrack of "The Woman's Film," which illustrate these women's feelings about their oppression and the consciousness of women's liberation that they begin to develop. This interview is excerpted in BC0178. The entire soundtrack of the entire film is... Topics: Alaimo, Louise., Filmmakers -- San Francisco (Calif.)., Women filmmakers., American Women Making... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
This short film fit into a larger narrative about a fortune teller (that might or might not have ever been finished). In my sequence, she strands her boyfriend in another dimension. Why not?Live action (digital video) and 2D computer animation. Starring Matthew Edison, Sara Culp, Aisling Doyle, and featuring a special celebrity cameo. Created by Forrest Oliphant, produced by UNC STV. Topics: Filmmakers: Student Films: University of North Carolina: Chapel Hill: Student Television: Darkness...
Creators of the short film "The Sticky Note" were unable to attend the Christian Worldview Film Festival, so Rich Swingle, one of their instructors at The Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp (after they created the film) spoke about the film and filmmakers after it was screened. Topics: Rich Swingle, Christian Worldview Film Festival, The Sticky Note, Rocky Mountain Christian...
April Fool's Special with Paul Krassner. Krassner, an author, journalist, and stand-up comedian, was the founder and editor of the legendary journal of social and political satire, The Realist. He was a founder of the Youth International Party (the Yippies), and was a member of Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters. This is Krassner's third visit to Rag Radio. Also: Author, actor, and filmmaker Turk Pipkin talks about his new documentary film, Building Hope. Topics: Underground Press, Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Paul Krassner, Turk Pipkin, Writers, Filmmakers
Randy goes solo to the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival to find out more about the documentarian lifestyle and some of the interesting community of folks who make the festival happen!Randy speaks with Doug Pray, director of "Levitated Mass", as well as Erica Ginsberg, executive director of Docs In Progress about improving your pitch, and finally Papagena Robbins from Concordia University about the role of experimental and archival documentary films in our society! Topics: film, films, filmmaker, filmmakers, documentary, documentaries, industry, movie, movies, doug,...
Moore College of Art & Design (20th & Ben Franklin Parkway) the first women's art school in the United States, held a mini film festival Friday, April 1-3, 2016 in celebration of women documentary filmmakers and women artists.The Films were preceded by a presentation by Women Make Movies Executive Director, Debra Zimmerman Topics: Film Festival, Women Filmmakers, Film Blogger, Guerrilla Girls, Women Make Movies
Whether it's to connect with a new produc2on crew when you’re out of town or to look for a replacement at home, using Facebook to find your produc2on crew can be extremely rewarding. Topics: call sheets, easy call sheets, call sheet, filmmakers tools, pre production
Our guests on Rag Radio are Ole Jørgen Hammeken, an indigenous Greenlandic Inuit polar explorer, social worker, and actor, and Marc Buriot, the executive producer of Inuk, a feature film made in Greenland, in which Hammeken stars. The story of Inuk is loosely based on the work Hammeken and his wife, Ann Andreasen, have done at their internationally-acclaimed home for disadvantaged children in Greenland. Hanneken uses dogsledding as therapy in working with troubled Greenlandic youth. We discuss... Topics: Thorne Dreyer, Rag Radio, Ole Jorgen Hammeken, Marc Buriot, Filmmakers, Actors, Inuk, Explorer,...
This is the first of three parts of DJ Spooky's speech at the Creative Commons Launch party on December 16, 2002 in San Francisco. Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Musicians and Artists: DJ Spooky, Organizations: Creative Commons
This is the third of three parts of DJ Spooky's speech at the Creative Commons Launch party on December 16, 2002 in San Francisco. Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Musicians and Artists: DJ Spooky, Organizations: Creative Commons
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/friendship-day/Director, screenwriter, and producer DJ Pooh has also worked as a West Coast record producer, collaborating with 2Pac, Ice Cube, LL Cool J, and Snoop Dogg. His film credits include Friday, 3 Strikes, and The Wash.Marvin Watkins is a veteran in the music and film industries. A former senior national director at Priority/Capitol Records, is now a senior producer for Noble Vision Pictures, with film credits including Budz House, Back Stage at Budz... Topics: Filmmakers, West Coast, Dj Pooh, Friendship Day, Marvin Watkins, Senior Producer, Crowdfunding,...
Open 2.0 is a magazine style show produced by, and about young people. Students from participating Bronx high schools write, host and produce the show. They cover all the issues that concern our young people including health, education, entertainment and the latest happenings in our community. Students work both in the field and studio to produce the show and segments include interviews with our Bronx Borough President, a rising recording artist and professionals from the medical community. Topics: bronxnet, public, access, open 20, tv, bronx, youth media, bronx youth, youth journalism,...
This is Bonnie Raitt covering a Jackson Browne song on a stage in front of a couple hundred thousand people in Civic Center. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Filmmakers: Lisa Rein, Musicians and Artists: Bonnie Raitt, Regional: United States: California:...